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Studying at Edge Hill is not just about achieving a piece of paper – everything is tailored towards building students’ knowledge and skills that they need for their chosen career, making employability a key focus in every postgraduate programme.
No matter the course, students will be working with industry-standard facilities so that when they do complete their course and find a role, they will be working with the same tools and software they are already used to. And they’ll benefit from guest speakers too, who will offer perspective and experience on their own transition into working life.
There’s a dedicated Careers Team that offer various workshops based around employment skills, as well as individual support on a one-to-one level. They can help with guidance and interview practice, as well as connecting students to work experience opportunities.
The university works hard to help students meet with potential employers, and as a result 100% of taught master’s graduates, and over 95% of PCGE graduates, are either working or in further study within 15 months of completing their course (Graduate Outcomes 2019/20). Careers support is offered for up to three years after graduation.
Edge Hill University students on Postgraduate search say:
“Edge hill has amazing facilities for helping to increase your employability. In the Catalyst (library) you can book to see someone who can help you write a graduate CV, or look for jobs in your field, or help you look for work experience. This is a really helpful tool to make sure you are ready for interviews and the workplace. While Edge Hill itself also employ a handful of new graduates every year to work at their university.”
“Lots and lots of career fairs and opportunities to do progress and find out more. Opportunities for work placement. Tutors are fantastic too.”
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